Monica Saviolakis is an actress, singer and lifestyle model. With a degree in Theatre, Monica actually started her career in Theatre Arts Administration, working at many prestigious theater companies, including City Center Encores, the McCarter Theater, and the Williamstown Theater Festival. She then transitioned into on-camera acting and print modeling, landing prinicpal roles in commercials for Dunkin’ Donuts, VistaPrint, Wellness Pet Food, Pure Hockey, Bertucci’s, and so many more. Monica has also worked on many corporate and training videos for several large companies like Google, CVS, BOSE, Staples, Liberty Mutual, Cigna, and Hasbro, to name a few. She also had the honor of being named Miss July in Narragansett Beer Company’s 2016 ‘Gansett Girl Calendar, a local time honored tradition. In a few short years, Monica has acted in hundreds of films, web and television shows, commercials, industrials, and print campaigns. She has also recently appeared in several independent fllms including lead roles in the Horror feature “Flesh for the Inferno”, and the sci-fi “Future Justice”, which had the honor of screening at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. She is also actively involved in the arts in her community, and serves as a member of the Board of Advisors for Nemasket Theater Productions (NRP). NRP is a local non- profit, non-equity company that brings quality theater performances to the small Massachusetts community it’s a part of. After a lengthy hiatus from performing in the theater to raise her family, Monica re-started her theater career with NRP in a starring role as Caitlin O’Hare in Joe DiPietro’s “Over the River and Through the Woods”, and has been part of the group ever since! Monica has been married to her husband, Andy, a local Realtor, for over 10 years. They have two beautiful daughters that share her love and passion for the arts. When she’s not working, Monica enjoys camping and travelling in her RV, and has visited State Parks and Campgrounds throughout the US and Canada: hiking, kayaking, making s’mores, and enjoying the outdoors.
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